Tuesday Knight has devoted a large portion of her film and television career to Wes Craven’s Nightmare on Elm Street series. She was a supporting character in A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988), and was featured in New Nightmare (1994) and all encompassing documentary Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010). Hell, she even appeared in the rap video ‘Fat Boys: Are You Ready for Freddy’ in 1988. When she’s not popping up in film and media of all kinds, Knight can be found making a living as a rock singer… and she’s actually quite good at it!
I just listened to samples of her latest album, Uncovered, and I have to say it’s full of rebellious anthems, powerful vocals, and grungy fun. There’s even a little bit of country in there, too. Uncovered is Tuesday Knight’s sixth studio album and it saw release on Friday, September 29th 2017, through 616347 Records and Knight and Day Records. You can listen to the same samples at the links below, right before you download her new album and help blaze it up the rock charts! Purchase Uncovered on Amazon (here) or on iTunes (here), and check for it on all other streaming services.